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Kanye West Adamant With Donda Academy

Kanye West is adamant that his children should attend a school in the Los Angeles area, and he won’t back down from his opinion. Kanye wants to keep his children close to home so that he can monitor their progress closely—and also so that Kim can be around for them as much as possible.

The rapper and designer, who is expecting a daughter with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, is reportedly refusing to let his children attend the same preschool as their half-siblings North and Saint. “He has a vision of what he wants for his four kids,” an insider told the media recently. “And he knows that any outside influence will only cause problems.”

Kanye West Fights With Kim Kardashian

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Kanye believes that it’s best if their future offspring have a more traditional upbringing, which sees them grow up with strict rules and structure – something we think Kim will find hard to argue against!

In the end, Kanye West is a man who loves his children. He will do everything in his power to ensure that they get the best education possible and don’t fall behind on their studies.

Kanye West has reportedly turned down Kim Kardashian‘s request to send their children to private school.

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Kanye West isnt budging on his decision to send his children to different schools, despite Kim Kardashian’s insistence that they attend the same private institution.

The media reports that while Kanye wanted to enroll North and Chicago in a “highly-regarded” school in Calabasas, California, Kim was keen for them both to go down the same route. The couple are currently living in Bel Air while their new home is being built nearby but have plans on moving back into Calabasas so it makes sense for them all three kids can go to one school together. However, sources close said Kanye doesn’t care about where he sends his offspring as long as it’s an excellent education with lots of diversity and opportunities for learning outside of the classroom environment.”

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